1 Macklem Dr, Wilmore, KY 40390
Asbury University is a private, online, Christian university based in Wilmore, KY. It ranks #384 in America on our best overall colleges list, and admission is not overly competitive, given its 67% acceptance rate. It has a small sized student body with 1,258 full-time undergrads enrolled. Asbury undergraduates can choose from 43 potential majors across six academic disciplines. The most highly demanded options are Radio and Television, Elementary Education, and Business, which all together account for 29% of the student body. It ranks first in Kentucky for both its communications and education programs. In addition, Asbury University ranks 1st in KY on our most conservative colleges list. At full sticker price, tuition costs $31,707 annually. That being said, about 100% of Asbury undergrads obtain at least some monetary support. 61% of Asbury University undergraduates graduate, fresh and prepared to move into the labor market. On average, graduates earn a yearly income of $28,700 two years after receiving their diplomas. After 4 more years on the job, the alumni's median yearly wage increases 21.6% to $34,900; however, that is still 13% less than the national median wage. Those of you applying might like to hear that you are recommended to take college prep courses before applying. Furthermore, undergrads can study abroad for a semester. Concerning your savings account, be aware that after financial aid, students can expect to pay around $23,778 per year and the average financial aid awarded to Asbury's undergrads is $16,050. Relating to demographics, 94% of professors are white and 40% of undergraduates are not from Kentucky. With regard to the student experience, meal plans are available for students. To conclude, the highest-earning quarter of graduates rake in a minimum starting salary of $37,900 and on average, its students graduate with $6,832 per year of debts.
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Radio and Television
Spanish Language and Literature
Social Work and Youth Services